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Forty years ago few children survived childhood leukaemia. Now the survival rate is 80%

Forty years ago only 46% of women diagnosed with breast cancer survived five years or more. Now that figure is also 80%

Forty years ago 3% of people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer survived five years or more. That figure is still 3%

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Voices of Pancreatic Cancer

Voices of pancreatic cancer

Nearly 9,000 people each year are diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the UK.

In the past, the attention given to this disease has been minimal.

Now, there are more voices – the voices of patients, the bereaved and researchers – talking about pancreatic cancer and the research needed to defeat it. See videos

Sally Magnusson